Carb Cycling (33)

Jun 1, 2013 7:12 AM CST Carb Cycling
anniebaby
anniebabyanniebabydonegal, Donegal Ireland214 Threads 3 Polls 7,702 Posts
Just wondering if anyone heard of this and if so what you think???

Yeah I know I'm going to get some smartass answers and no it's not about bikes laugh laugh
Jun 1, 2013 7:15 AM CST Carb Cycling
emerald888
emerald888emerald888wicklow, Wicklow Ireland2 Threads 1,506 Posts
anniebaby: Just wondering if anyone heard of this and if so what you think???

Yeah I know I'm going to get some smartass answers and no it's not about bikes
typing typing goggle quicklylaugh
Jun 1, 2013 7:19 AM CST Carb Cycling
anniebaby
anniebabyanniebabydonegal, Donegal Ireland214 Threads 3 Polls 7,702 Posts
emerald888: goggle quickly


Plenty of info out there but be nice to talk to someone who tried it sigh

A lot of protein gives me bad headaches but I think I could live with out carbs a few days a week
Jun 1, 2013 7:26 AM CST Carb Cycling
emerald888
emerald888emerald888wicklow, Wicklow Ireland2 Threads 1,506 Posts
anniebaby: Plenty of info out there but be nice to talk to someone who tried it

A lot of protein gives me bad headaches but I think I could live with out carbs a few days a week


can you sustain a life without carbs. ive tried every diet known to man/woman. lipatrim was most successful for me. Cant live on protein shakes forever though.

easy carb cycle doesn't look to difficult dunno
Jun 1, 2013 7:31 AM CST Carb Cycling
anniebaby
anniebabyanniebabydonegal, Donegal Ireland214 Threads 3 Polls 7,702 Posts
emerald888: can you sustain a life without carbs. ive tried every diet known to man/woman. lipatrim was most successful for me. Cant live on protein shakes forever though.

easy carb cycle doesn't look to difficult


It's the easy carb cycling I'm thinking about, a few days a week with out heavy carbs is prob not a bad thing as long as it's not mad high protein either sigh fecking odd ball me.
I'm sure I'll figure it out uh oh
Jun 1, 2013 7:36 AM CST Carb Cycling
emerald888
emerald888emerald888wicklow, Wicklow Ireland2 Threads 1,506 Posts
anniebaby: It's the easy carb cycling I'm thinking about, a few days a week with out heavy carbs is prob not a bad thing as long as it's not mad high protein either fecking odd ball me.
I'm sure I'll figure it out

Have a look at the Hcg diet, that's my new one this week.laugh
Jun 1, 2013 7:42 AM CST Carb Cycling
anniebaby
anniebabyanniebabydonegal, Donegal Ireland214 Threads 3 Polls 7,702 Posts
emerald888: Have a look at the Hcg diet, that's my new one this week.


I seem to be stuck the last 4 weeks at my current weight so need to change stuff up a bit.
I'm drinking 3lites of water a day, working out 7 times a week with 2 weight days on top from this week so it has to be my diet that needs fine tuning.
Jun 1, 2013 7:52 AM CST Carb Cycling
emerald888
emerald888emerald888wicklow, Wicklow Ireland2 Threads 1,506 Posts
anniebaby: I seem to be stuck the last 4 weeks at my current weight so need to change stuff up a bit.
I'm drinking 3lites of water a day, working out 7 times a week with 2 weight days on top from this week so it has to be my diet that needs fine tuning.


ooch so much water kidney overloadlaugh

Leithin you could try, that helps break down fat, plenty of eptsom salt baths. This will help break down the lactic acid.
Jun 1, 2013 7:57 AM CST Carb Cycling
anniebaby
anniebabyanniebabydonegal, Donegal Ireland214 Threads 3 Polls 7,702 Posts
emerald888: ooch so much water kidney overload

Leithin you could try, that helps break down fat, plenty of eptsom salt baths. This will help break down the lactic acid.


eptsom salts are almost impossible to find around here blues

I sweat a lot during exercise so have to replace it and I was drinking 2 liters as it was before I started exercising innocent
Jun 1, 2013 8:09 AM CST Carb Cycling
emerald888
emerald888emerald888wicklow, Wicklow Ireland2 Threads 1,506 Posts
anniebaby: eptsom salts are almost impossible to find around here

I sweat a lot during exercise so have to replace it and I was drinking 2 liters as it was before I started exercising


should be able to get salt in chemist. Maybe you need to up your calorie intake now that your doing so much exercise. would you risk it for a biscuitlaugh
Jun 1, 2013 8:10 AM CST Carb Cycling
anniebaby
anniebabyanniebabydonegal, Donegal Ireland214 Threads 3 Polls 7,702 Posts
emerald888: should be able to get salt in chemist. Maybe you need to up your calorie intake now that your doing so much exercise. would you risk it for a biscuit


Yeah a biscuit or a piece of cake or even some chips rolling on the floor laughing rolling on the floor laughing
Jun 1, 2013 8:18 AM CST Carb Cycling
emerald888
emerald888emerald888wicklow, Wicklow Ireland2 Threads 1,506 Posts
anniebaby: Yeah a biscuit or a piece of cake or even some chips
rolling on the floor laughing

AWW have a chip sandwich, brown bread of course. Drink a gallon of water, do a bowel cleanse. rolling on the floor laughing headaches are down to something else if you know what I meanwink
Jun 1, 2013 8:26 AM CST Carb Cycling
anniebaby
anniebabyanniebabydonegal, Donegal Ireland214 Threads 3 Polls 7,702 Posts
emerald888: AWW have a chip sandwich, brown bread of course. Drink a gallon of water, do a bowel cleanse. headaches are down to something else if you know what I mean


My headaches are of the non bowel variety rolling on the floor laughing

Had my treat/cheat last nite
Jun 1, 2013 8:29 AM CST Carb Cycling
emerald888
emerald888emerald888wicklow, Wicklow Ireland2 Threads 1,506 Posts
anniebaby: My headaches are of the non bowel variety

Had my treat/cheat last nite


rolling on the floor laughing no more cheats/treats get yourself down to health shop wink
Jun 1, 2013 8:42 AM CST Carb Cycling
anniebaby
anniebabyanniebabydonegal, Donegal Ireland214 Threads 3 Polls 7,702 Posts
emerald888: no more cheats/treats get yourself down to health shop


Oh I know but can't be good all the time devil
Jun 1, 2013 8:50 AM CST Carb Cycling
emerald888
emerald888emerald888wicklow, Wicklow Ireland2 Threads 1,506 Posts
anniebaby: Oh I know but can't be good all the time
devil so true, where's sheamus gone laugh
Jun 1, 2013 9:13 AM CST Carb Cycling
sofarsogood74
sofarsogood74sofarsogood74Dublin, Ireland59 Threads 5 Polls 5,198 Posts
anniebaby: Just wondering if anyone heard of this and if so what you think???

Yeah I know I'm going to get some smartass answers and no it's not about bikes


The only carb diet that works is cutting down on carbs forever. Swap white rice for brown rice, swap bread for wraps, eat other veg instead of potatoes and cut out pasta. Then it works. If you cycle your carbs or cut them out altogether then the body piles on the weight as soon as carbs are reintroduced.
Jun 1, 2013 9:18 AM CST Carb Cycling
emerald888
emerald888emerald888wicklow, Wicklow Ireland2 Threads 1,506 Posts
sofarsogood74: The only carb diet that works is cutting down on carbs forever. Swap white rice for brown rice, swap bread for wraps, eat other veg instead of potatoes and cut out pasta. Then it works. If you cycle your carbs or cut them out altogether then the body piles on the weight as soon as carbs are reintroduced.



is this why, I am what I am frustrated

carb junkies us Irish. cheers
Jun 1, 2013 9:23 AM CST Carb Cycling
sofarsogood74
sofarsogood74sofarsogood74Dublin, Ireland59 Threads 5 Polls 5,198 Posts
emerald888: is this why, I am what I am

carb junkies us Irish.



Carbs are great for energy. They release energy slowly into the body. But they are harder to burn off. So 200 calories of carbs is harder to burn off than 200 calories of protein. It sounds weird but it's true.

If you eat a lot of carbs you should really be doing a lot of energy sapping activities. But cutting out carbs altogether is not good as when you start to eat them again the body piles on the weight.

The best thing is to cut out high carn foods like bread, potatoes and pasta and replace them with lower carb foots like brown rice and wraps.
Jun 1, 2013 9:26 AM CST Carb Cycling
emerald888
emerald888emerald888wicklow, Wicklow Ireland2 Threads 1,506 Posts
sofarsogood74: Carbs are great for energy. They release energy slowly into the body. But they are harder to burn off. So 200 calories of carbs is harder to burn off than 200 calories of protein. It sounds weird but it's true.

If you eat a lot of carbs you should really be doing a lot of energy sapping activities. But cutting out carbs altogether is not good as when you start to eat them again the body piles on the weight.

The best thing is to cut out high carn foods like bread, potatoes and pasta and replace them with lower carb foots like brown rice and wraps.


thumbs up PLENTY OF EXERCISEbanana
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